Not only do these gorgeous women’s knit slippers can prevent a cold that is caused by walking barefoot around the house, they also help maintain a fashionable-yet-comfy home look!
HOW TO MAKE THESE WOMEN’S KNIT SLIPPERS?
The best yarn to knit these slippers with is 100% baby wool yarn which is perfect to create these warm and stretchable slippers. These women’s knit slippers also work best with baby yarn because it is most comfortable and soft for your feet. When you begin to knit, you must start at the bottom of the foot and work your way up.
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This free video tutorial will teach you how to knit these crafty women’s knit slippers.
The example slippers in this video were made to fit a foot size 5 to 6, which is 54 stitches long. For foot sizes 4 to 5, you should make the knitted ladies slippers 50 stitches long. And for foot sizes 6 to 7, 58 stitches should suffice. A number 10 needle was used to make these comfy slippers!
The reason why these women’s knit slippers are so wonderful to make is because they are easily maintained. To explain, you can easily add more stitches to make them bigger. Or, Ii a string is pulled, or a hole appears, you can simply sew it together until it is at an appealing width.
Don’t hesitate to decorate your slippers! You can add cute buttons or use many yarn colors when knitting these slippers. Better yet, use variegated yarn to give a colorful and jazzy vibe. Maybe even use yarn with glitter thread in the mix when knitting these slippers for a fun look!
These women’s knit slippers are perfectly comfortable for your house guests; they make the best feet warmers for any season, even the summer months when the air conditioner turns your toes into ice cubes. Even when your slippers get dirty, you can simply throw them in the washer without a worry.
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Cute slippers but you don’t get a cold from walking barefoot.
Is there a written pattern?